The appetite for institutional retail assets in Boston remains almost unquenchable. Similar to the trends being experienced in other gateway cities such as New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C. and Miami, investors view core retail assets as a safe haven investment with long-term income and capital appreciation potential. As a result, investors are clamoring for everything from trophy “high street” assets to urban, in-fill shopping centers.
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